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sarojini pattayat

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A desire


Hi,
Sometime slightest of sound
on my door
make me believe
that you have come,
Look,
I have never want
to make life
a pathetic story;

I know
I love you
from the depth of my heart
and your presence
is fresh in my memory,

This is the reason
why I wait for you
in my world,
love
spread fragrance
and the soft feelings
that you understand
and I inhale;

we are not here
to quarrel
and destroy
the balance life;
your little trial
will make you
to penetrate in my heart,
and gift you
the pearl of the moment
and show the dream of life.
Don't think
I'm a mere illusion.

In the glowing life
we have to
share our thought
with someone
who love.

Oh dear!
Now forget the past,
What can never
be erased,
Please come
and share my world
and listen the soft-
eternal music,
Look,
the ocean of time
is singing
for us
the glorious song of Love
from ages.
……………….

by sarojini pattayat-01/04/2013

Submitted: Sunday, March 31, 2013
Edited: Saturday, June 08, 2013

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